Compiled by a veteran writer of the comic series, this collection of essays explores Batman’s motivations and actions, as well as those of his foes. Batman is a creature of the night, more about vengeance than justice, more plagued by doubts than full of self-assurance, and more darkness than light. He has no superpowers, just skill, drive, and a really well-made suit.
According to his degree, Luke Stills is an archaeologist. His attachment as a civilian asset to a paramilitary organization is not on that degree nor on his resume. Only a few know about the POW camp he and his team just uncovered in China, but Luke is used to a certain amount of secrecy and adrenaline when it comes to missions like that. In fact,the most exciting thing on his plate at the moment is rushing home from China in time for Thanksgiving dinner with his friend and colleague, Kate Andirson.
Captain Darkney has been marooned, and sentenced to hard labor in the American prison colony. Can the brave boy captain and his newly acquired (albeit insane) mate, Jamey, escape the maniacal clutches of the prison guards in time to reunite with his crew and continue the fight for the beloved Cause? And will there be enough waffles?
The brave boy captain tore down the tattered rag of the enemy and hoisted the true flag in its place in triumph! Then, he found himself in a jail cell, accused of domestic terrorism. It seemed as if Sean's imagination had finally gone too far, and he'd been banned from Belfast for good. There was only one place to go in exile: America. Back to Aunt Anna's where everything was quiet and peaceful, except for the MI6 agents chasing him halfway around the globe, ghosting his every move, and blowing up Matt's Jag!